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Bring on the Wolves!

An Irish Farmers Diary Bring on the wolves! Said no one ever. Hopefully the climate change challenge and the realization that farmers can help work towards its reversal does not get side tracked by daft suggestions like the reintroduction of wolves and car pooling in rural Ireland. But these suggestions would make one wonder. Do…

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The Unsocial Farmer

An Irish Farmers Diary Pumpkins & Our Broken Love Affair Oh social media you were so good to our farm but alas we have fallen out of love with each other. Without you how would we have shared our story over the last decade. Our love affair has come to an end, not immediately but…

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Demi Bronze Turkey

Bronze Turkey – Cooking The Perfect Bird

https://vimeo.com/241524220   The Friendly Farmer Bronze Turkeys do not need long cooking times. Remove the bird from the fridge, leave it to stand at room temperature for 2 hours before cooking. Weigh Your turkey.  Cooking times are 20 mins per lb at 160 to 180 degrees.(40 mins per kg). Plus 30 mins for safety.  (See https://www.safefood.net/christmas/turkey-cooking) Place…

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Bronze Turkey Ireland

Bronze Turkey is simply the best in Ireland for Christmas dinner. Our Irish Bronze Turkeys range and graze outside from dawn to dusk. If you are looking to buy an Irish turkey, our order books are open for Christmas Turkeys.  Bronze Turkey is becoming increasing popular in Ireland due to their superior taste and tenderness.…

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Turkeys Super Hero Dog Max

Whats the most question we are asked when customers visit our farm? What type of a Dog is that? The dog in the photo is Max, the king of our farm.  He is a Pyrenean Mountain Dog.  A Livestock Guardian Dog (LGD).   LGD’s have been used for centuries to keep predators away from sheep, goats…

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Keeping it Local

Thank you to all who support our farm.  Your support helps us do our little bit to help young people in our community.  We are the proud kit sponsors of Galway’s newest basketball club. Based out of Newcastle Athenry, East Galway Celtics has participants from all over East Galway.  The u 16 boys were the…

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